Petsimonials

We know that choosing the right care provider for your pet is a very important step in your pet's health. Here are some of the things our clients have said about us....




"We have been coming to Brookdale Animal Hospital for 13 years. Our recent "kids" are attached. Gracie is 3 and Andre is almost 12.  Once they get inside the door, they have to greet everyone and check out the room, before their exams. Their older siblings Bert and Cliff brought us to Brookdale Animal Hospital in 2000 purely by chance and we have never looked back.  When the time came for us to let Bert go, the team at Brookdale, led by Dr. Renee made the experience just a little less painful.  The service from the moment you arrive is great.  The entire staff takes excellent care of the animals and the parents.  They truely understand how stressful visits can be on everyone, and they go above and beyond to make sure that everyone is as comfortable as possible."


 
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"The team at Brookdale Animal Hospital is one of the most compassionate group of people I have ever met.  If you are looking for a place to take your pets, look no further than Brookdale Animal Hospital."

Dirk Klick  ("Gracie" and "Andre" pictured above)


 

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Wizard

"We the Saxberg's appreciate everything that you did for Wizard and us as a family.  We will never forget the time that we spent there through all the visits and medical problems.  We are very greatful that we found you and that you took great care of our dog Wizard.  We will always remember the times that we spent with Wizard.  He was a great outdoors dog that loved to run, play, jump and he smiled when we took him out for a ride.  Thank you for giving us 11 more months with him.  We will never forget you."

Thank you, The Saxbergs (Shirley, Harry & Dominic)

 

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I want to thank all of you for being the most wonderful place in the world and for having taken the best care possible of our 3 dogs over the years.  I would like to especially thank Dr. Bryan and Jennifer who came to our house when it was time for our beloved mastiff, Tank, to pass on to his next destination.  My son Cris and I haven't adequate words to describe how much it meant to us that Tank could pass on in the familiar environment of his own house.  Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts.  We are not ready to have another dog yet, but when we do please know that Brookdale Animal Hospital will, once again, be the place we trust to provide loving care to our new family member.

Linda K.


If you are a client of Brookdale Animal Hospital and would like to share your experience, please submit your 'Petsimonial' to [email protected] .  We will share as many pet stories and experiences as possible.   Please feel free to submit a picture of your pet.

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  • "Great people who really really love your fur babies! Recommend them highly.
    Dr. Renee is AWESOME!"
    Sherri H. Brooklyn Park, MN

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